Review: Substance Manifestation
My review of the Substance Manifestation event last Friday is now up on Perfect Porridge. Check it out! —> http://www.perfectporridge.com/2009/03/30/substance-presents-manifestation-featuring-sage-francis-first-avenue-march-27-2009/
I have discovered myself in words at this moment...
As you may have noticed, my personal description has just evolved. I think I have finally articulated who I am in words. For now…
Vis. Studio - Site Map and Wireframes
Currently working on a website for a non-profit research organization in my Visualization Studio class. Here are some pictures from our site map and wireframe brainstorming and draft.
Trying out Ping.fm - seems a bit too complicated and cody for me… I want something visual.
We Feel Fine
This is amazing. Everyone should really check this out it. It is beautiful, insightful, and of substance. http://www.wefeelfine.org/index.html
We Feel Fine / by Jonathan Harris and Sep Kamvar →
BMW Still Loves Hydrogen | Autopia from Wired.com →
As I referenced from Jeremy Clarkson yesterday: anything with a battery is a major nuisance to the environment. We need to look further than immediate gains. Wired says that it may take as much as 40 years before we see any serious benefit from hydrogen power. Really, I’m not surprised. We’ve been driving cars now for almost a century. 40 years to repent for our mistakes is a bargain...
Apple - iPod shuffle - A Guided Tour - Large →
The Apple Voiceover function of he new iPod Shuffle uses a different voice depending on what kind of computer you sync it with. The Apple one sounds like the Voiceover Utility on a normal Mac, but the PC voice sounds like that horrible woman GPS that everyone gets angry with when it says “Take a U-turn. Take a U-turn. Take a U-turn NOW!” *crunch
Hybrids are power-hungry when they are being made, and environmentally...– -Jeremy Clarkson http://www.topgear.com/uk/jeremy-clarkson/clarkson-future-02-2009?utm_source=6-march-2009&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=ongoing
Mood Board for HACER Website Development Project
We kicked off our visual design phase of the HACER Website Development project last night with a little mood board. Fun!
12 OPTIONS *the ski boot
This is an exercise I did for my ski boot project. Come up with 6 Critical and 6 Wild and Creative options for a product/object. I chose to continue research and development of my ski boot project. Our in class critique today brought me to some interesting conclusions that have helped further my overall development of the project. I am quite pleased!
Here is a calendar design that I’ve developed for a website project that I am managing. The idea is to cleanly separate things that you are doing for the week and will happen on the due date with the things that you will complete as a result for the following week. In then end you should also be able to visualize the complete development of the project throughout it’s duration.
fun social design project
Create your band name & album cover! This is a fun/quick one. Here’s what you do: 1 - Go to Wikipedia’s “random” page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Random The first random Wikipedia article you get is the name of your band. 2 - Go to Quotations Page’s “random quotations”: http://www.quotationspage.com/random.php3 The last four or five words of the very last quote on...
ski boots are H**L!
Here’s a study I did a couple of weeks ago as an expansion of my Ski Boot ideas into the usability of ski boots.
The New DH
I am going to redesign the DH ski boot. I swear. Look out Meyerhoffer!
Mozilla Innovation Study Presentation
So, I hinted last week about my Mozilla presentation. Basically, I talked about Mozilla’s history, how they innovate, and where I think they may go next. I illustrated how Mozilla innovated by involving the class in helping me create add-ons for my space ship just like developers create add-ons to enhance the capabilities of the Firefox browser. Check out the pictures! To continue...
Fifteen minutes: this class is killing me!